Posts Tagged ‘tinymce’

Jeff’s Interview with Andrew Ozz

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March 28th, 2009
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Jeff Chandler over at WPTavern.com recently published an interview with Andrew Ozz. Andrew is the man responsible for the integration of TinyMCE into WordPress. He’s also a core committer for the WordPress project. In his interview, Jeff asked a number of questions that I believe are on the minds of many who have used the visual editor. Here is an example: Jeff – TinyMCE is labeled as a WYSIWYG editor. However, in my experience most times what I see is not what I get. For example, I’ll be in the visual editor and block quote a piece of text. But when I press enter to begin a new line, my cursor is stuck within the blockquote tag. This also works for any other styling elements as well. Why is that? I think the WYSIWYG a.k.a. RTE (rich text editor) comes from the early implementation of support for editing in the […]

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WP 2.1 Hidden Editor Buttons

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February 7th, 2007
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WordPress 2.1 Hidden Editor Buttons An Easter Egg was found by Chris in WordPress 2.1. Just hit alt-shift-v (Firefox) or alt-v (IE) to toggle the advanced editor features/buttons in the TinyMCE WYSIWYG interface. alt-v, instead of alt-shift-v works on my Firefox. Via Reviewsaurus.com Also found via Digg: You can also use alt-shift-n to automatically spell check your post.

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